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    Maricopa County Sheriff Paul Penzone to determine future of Tent City

    Maricopa County Sheriff Paul Penzone said he is still working to determine the future of his predecessor's most controversial jail: Tent City.
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    Mac and Gaydos deliver pizzas to winning class in REDucation contest

    On Friday, Mac and Gaydos got the honor of delivering pizzas to Mrs. Krystle Yates’ 4th Graders from Sunset Heights Elementary in Peoria, Arizona, also known as the winners of our REDucation contest from January.
  • In this photo taken on Thursday evening, Dec. 4, 2014, the Rev. Jarrett Maupin, a Phoenix leader in the Black community, speaks at Civic Space Park during a rally/ march to Phoenix Police headquarters which he organized to protest the police killing of Rumain Brisbon, an unarmed black man. The mother and girlfriend of Brisbon, an unarmed drug suspect fatally shot by a Phoenix police officer who mistook a pill bottle for a gun, do not want the incident to become about race. The deadly shooting Tuesday, Dec. 2, of  Brisbon, 34, demonstrates the challenges law enforcement agencies face at a time of unrest over police tactics. Phoenix police say the officer, who is white, feared the suspect was armed during their struggle, but some critics say the officer went too far. Despite the department's efforts to be transparent with information, protesters marched Thursday night. (AP Photo/The Arizona Republic, Cheryl Evans)

    Civil rights activist wants Phoenix-area NAACP boss to step down after incident

    A Phoenix civil rights activist is calling for the head of a local National Association for the Advancement of Colored People chapter to step down after making several inappropriate comments toward a television reporter.
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    Cindy McCain talks Syrians refugees’ plight, trafficking in Arizona

    In an interview with Mac and Gaydos, Cindy McCain opened up about a recent trip to Turkey and her thoughts about trafficking in Arizona.
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    Relive 2015 through the high and low moments of Mac & Gaydos

    From llama drama to Donald Trump's appearances, this year has been a joyous rollercoaster for Mac & Gaydos and we are so glad to have shared all the best moments with you, our Arizona listeners.
  • It's a good thing Ebola is in the United States

    It’s a good thing Ebola is in the United States

    It sounds counterintuitive, but it's a good thing that Ebola has arrived in the United States.
  • Calm before the storm for Roger Goodell?

    Calm before the storm for Roger Goodell?

    I wonder if NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has been silent this past week during the latest onslaught of domestic violence abuse cases because he knows more women will be coming forward.
  • Houston teacher in hot water for student lap dance

    If you need another example of how Miley Cyrus, et. al. are causing the celeritous decline of Western Civilization, please look at this story from the Houston Chronicle where a middle school teacher thought it was not only appropriate, but a great idea, to give a lap dance to a teenage student for his birthday. […]
  • Judge makes tough, but right, decision with Mickey the pit bull

    Judge makes tough, but right, decision with Mickey the pit bull

    Judge Deborah Griffith had a tough decision to make Tuesday. Mickey the pit bull attacked a four-year old boy last month, crushing the boy's eye socket and jaw.
  • Obama’s online health care ads focused on young people

    If you haven't noticed by now, there are a lot of commercials on TV and the web about the need to sign up for the Affordable Care Act.